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OSU Libraries and Press is offering a scholarship to an OSU graduate student to attend OpenCon in Brussels, Belgium on November 14-16. OpenCon is an international conference designed for graduate students and early career researchers to support...
Wayfinding is the way that humans orient themselves and choose paths to get where they want go. In other words, we all do wayfinding. Professor Seunghae Lee of OSU's School of Design and Human Environment conducted research studies on wayfinding...
On the night of Saturday, August 8, ProQuest will be upgrading its systems infrastructure to improve performance, security and overall reliability. ProQuest is used by university students, scholars and librarians for research of virtually all...
"Jellies!" is the new exhibit at the Guin Library at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. The exhibit was created by Kelly Robinson and Clare Hansen of HMSC's Plankton Ecology Lab, and the show celebrates the world of gelatinous...
A new website developed by OSU Libraries highlights the architecture of the Pacific Northwest and offers a wealth of photos and information about historically significant buildings in Oregon. Buildingoregon.org is a digital library that includes...
The open access fund provides a way for OSU faculty authors to pay reasonable publishing fees charged by open access journals. It is intended for authors who do not have access to funds for open access publishing fees from other sources. Along...
OSU Libraries & Press are pleased to announce a pilot Open Access Fund that provides a means for OSU faculty authors to pay reasonable publishing fees charged by open access journals. It is intended for authors who do not have access to funds...
Most of the research data currently produced by graduate students in the course of conducting the research associated with their thesis or dissertation is lost to the university upon graduation. At best, it is stored on hard drives or servers...
We all know the pleasant feeling of finding a link in an online catalog to a full-text copy of a report. Unfortunately, the speed of digitization projects sometimes outpace catalogers. This is particularly true for recently scanned ODFW...

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